Do you bear in mind the craze when these gooey cheese tarts landed in Malaysia and there have been lengthy queues as folks have been wanting to strive these yummy treats? As with all different development, many others rapidly hopped on the bandwagon to push out their very own tarts and fierce competitors ensued.
Nicely, it appears like this competitors and waning curiosity in gooey cheese tarts have probably led to the demise of a widely known Japanese cheese tart model, Pablo Cheesetart in Malaysia. Oh no! Whereas there was no official assertion from them in the meanwhile, issues don’t look too promising.
Since this common Japanese model arrived in Malaysia in 2016, individuals who have tried it in Japan and Malaysia have commented that it tastes actually comparable. Additionally they entice actually lengthy queues in Japan though they’ve been opened for therefore lengthy there.
Nonetheless, it appears like their subtly-flavoured cheese tarts usually are not appropriate for Malaysians’ style buds as each their shops in IOI Metropolis Mall Putrajaya and One Utama Buying Mall have reportedly closed down. Guess Malaysians like stronger flavours! Since these are their solely branches in Malaysia, it appears like Pablo Cheesetart is now not obtainable in Malaysia. ?
A test on their social media accounts reveals that their Fb web page has been deleted however their Instagram account continues to be there. Nonetheless, there has not been any updates on their IG account since Might 1, which is certainly unusual as they used to replace each few days.
We additionally checked out their official web site, Pablo Malaysia and it’s nonetheless accessible however once we tried calling their One Utama outlet quantity at round midday, it went straight to voicemail.
Seems prefer it’s curtains for Pablo Cheesetart in Malaysia! We’ll replace this story if Pablo comes out with an official assertion!
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